Hi ,
I've got a small problem here. I've tried to run different modules and all 
work fine when they are from same language i.e. I've tried to have one 
module written in python and the other in php. This also works fine. But 
currently unable to understand how to deploy locally a python module and a 
java module using dispatch.yaml as python and php were both using 
dev_appserver.py whereas java needs an mvn or a dev_appserver.sh to run. 
Could you please let me know if you have come across this issue ?


On Saturday, February 7, 2015 at 11:10:11 PM UTC+5:30, opensourcegeek wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> It was my ignorance, after posting this question, I was on #appengine 
> channel on IRC and the friendly folks there have pointed me to 
> modules/namespaces. I currently have tried 4 different modules within 
> single application and they all work fine. 
> One annoying thing I found was the default module is currently serving the 
> root page(https://myappid.appspot.com/), and I want the default module to 
> be just a router and forward "https://myappid.appspot.com/"; to my UI 
> module. This is probably possible already but I haven't tried it yet. Other 
> than that I'm quite happy with modules/namespaces idea and it quite nicely 
> adheres to creating microservices as well.
> Thanks.
> On Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at 2:30:50 PM UTC, opensourcegeek wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've been thinking about deploying multiple microservices as app engine 
>> applications, but so far I cannot find a way to deploy multiple app engine 
>> applications to one single project. I'm on a free trial at the minute, so 
>> is this functionality to be able to create multiple app engine applications 
>> available at all? Or is this option not available to me because I'm on free 
>> trial?
>> I think I can work around one google app engine application per project 
>> by creating new projects and running google app engine application there. 
>> I'm not sure what other features I lose because of deploying one app engine 
>> application per project when they need to communicate to each other.
>> Any advice on running microservices on Google app engine would be great.
>> Thanks.

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